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Gist: Yes MSG

On The Gist, a clear explanation of the many dangers of monosodium glutamate, or MSG. Mike asks Maria Konnikova of the New Yorker to examine the research for a game we call “Is That Bulls--t?” She’s the author of The Confidence Game. For the Spiel, how could the president say that while outside of America?

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